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of the most difficult and dangerous jobs in the country. and that is protecting america is a borders and would you believe it takes 20,000 u.s. border patrol agents to monitor what is coming in and out of the country, every, single day. and obviously, with all of that manpower needed, the department of homeland security is constantly looking for new recruits and more and more of them are coming out of this program, and the learning for life explorer program. sponsored by the boy scouts of america, high school students all around the country get the chance to experience a realistic border patrol training academy. the idea, not only to teach them life skills, but to also get them up close and personal with real life border patrol agents, and the scenarios they encounter. >> they have classes in ethics. officer integrity. morals. officer safety. they also learn how to be part of a team. we do team-building exercises and in the they participate in training classes for specific categories, like what you saw today, marijuana field raid, or a felony hot stop. >> reporter: the roughly 145,000 kids go
of the perception in america about this thing. people increasingly not in favor of it because they say, wait, 85% of the people, most of them say i like the health insurance i've got. this is going to maybe reduce the quality, not lower my cost. and you're going to tax me or maybe a business owner to pay for it? ho nellie. that's what's happening. neil: ho nellie? ok. >> it's whoa nellie. [laughing] neil: you could be the first one in the country that's disappointed the costs were going down on this puppy. come on, guys, we can make $1.1 trillion. i'm kidding, of course. but what do you make of that and the timing of it all? >> well, i'm glad you raised timing. i will remind you that you gave me a verbal pat on the back a couple of weeks ago when i said i'd like to see this thing happen more slowly because it's important. it's not a good idea for us to rush this. that's exactly what's happening here right now. we're not going to have a bill until september. we can argue about it and discuss it. and that's a good thing. you also said the right thing earlier. it only went down by $100 billion to $
is my moon, my levee, my dream?" well, it's here... with you. step forward. help renew america at usaservice.org >>> well, forget about cash back from the government. how about just keeping your own cash. ten states are having tax holidays this weekend to try and jump start their economies. charles, you say time for all americans to look at this on a bigger level, huh? >> absolutely. the more money people keep, the more money they spend and the more jobs that you really create. we are not talking about the government writing certain checks. we are talking about people working and keeping the money that they are keeping for all the stuff we hear about the bush tax cuts. the first 33 months the economy went up 20%, $2.2 trillion into the economy. so to me it is the ultimate no brainer. by the way, it is also one of the fairest things you can do. that might ruffle a few feathers for people who make more than $50,000 but like to keep some of their money. >> the argument is that they might increase revenue and, of course, congress and legislatures have a way of spending that and the
butkus. (announcer) we understand. you want to grow internationally. fedex express >> from america's news headquarters, i'm jamie colby. hurricane bill is churning through the atlantic. it's bearing its brunt on the u.s. coast. forecasters issuing a tropical storm warning for parts of new england including nantucket and martha's vineyard. it's a category two hurricane with winds near 105 miles per hour. folks along the east coast are being told to brace for heavy rain and flooding, including huge waves and dangerous rip currents. there is a voter monitoring group in afghanistan. they are saying the taliban has followed through with a pre-election threat. according to reports, taliban militants cut off the fingers of two afghan voters during thursday's election. voters there dipped their finishinger in purple ink during the election process. a taliban spokesperson is denying the attack. we're going to send you back to "cavuto on business" only here on the fox news channel. i'm jamie colby. more headlines in 30 minutes. >> totally. they start shooting in a week. >> i'm going to make him an
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